The concord Point lighthouse in Havre De Grace, Md. The lighthouse guarding the entrance to the Susquehanna River has for years been known as the Concord Point light, located on a point of land known since the seventeenth century as Conquered Point. The lighthouse is restored in a small park bordering the Bay, and offers passers by a place to rest and perhaps dream of a life long gone.
The government decided to build a light at this location and a small plot was purchased. The 39-foot tower was built for $3,500 by John Donohoo in 1827. Since its inception, this lighthouse has had five different lights installed. The first lamps were a series of nine with 16-inch reflectors. A steamers lens was next and...
I am a professional photographer specializing in lighthouse, maritime, nature and urban photography. I've been published in many national books and magazines, and am the publisher and co-publisher of numerous lighthouse and wildlife posters. I have led a number of tours for the Smithsonian Institution and produced multimedia slide shows for them and others.
I have visited and photographed two thirds of all the lighthouses on the east coast, and probably have the image of your favorite. Just ask!
I have also written a number of articles published by regional magazines in both Maryland and New Jersey. I write my own photography blog which takes on a personality of it's own and yes, does wander from time to time to touch on...
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